This show was held at 66 Benning Street, Lebanon, New Hampshire.
The exterior of the store
The information about our organization is carefully guarded by two wooden snowmen.
Down the hallways are framed and unframed photography by Valerie Hill and Tom Sears.
In the Snowman room shoppers see work from Ken Hall, Jen Lucier, and Kathleen Hayes. Shown here are Ken's ball and hat holder and multi-use baskets; Jen Lucier's paper crafts (all season cards, mini photo books, and more) and Kathleen Hayes' silk scarves made from vintage Japanese kimono fabric.
The Gingerbread room features the creations of Chris Wagner and Shirley Wahl. Chris made the scarves and mittens, baby items, Christmas ornaments and wine charms. Shirley sewed the baby afghans/quilts, tote bags, placemats, and table runners.
The Candy Cane room features snow sticks painted by Fay Youells, baby hat, mittens and bootie sets knit by Dottie Hayes, wall art by Jane Oakes, and wooden signs by Ken Hall.
Kay Mariotti's crocheted and felted bears and Nicole Dunham's all-natural beauty products are in the Snowflake room.
Lisa Gray's glycerin soap in a variety of shape, sizes, and scents and Rebecca French's jewelry bags, tote bags, wine bottle gift bags, and pin cushions are in the Penguin room.
There are four members in the Reindeer room: Andrew Raymond has scrollwork, clocks, cutting boards, and turkey calls; Jane Oakes has wreaths and home decorations; Cindy Fluette has self care products like neck warmers, eye bags, and potpourri; Jean McGrath has soy candles, kitchen accessories, and catnip bags.
The Santa room includes several members: Terry Fitzpatrick, Don Carpia, Susan Cutting, Joyce LaPorte, Dorothy Hayes, Barbara Richmond, Fay Youells, Sandra Dickau, and Valerie Hill. Shown here are Sandra Dickau's felted ornaments and Joyce LaPorte's jewelry.
Barbara Richmond's hand-sewn purses are shown on the left and Fay Youells' Christmas decorations are on the left.
Susan Cutting's honey and honey product sampler bags are shown on the left; Don Carpia's scrollwork with bookmarks, keychains, and trivets, are on the right.
Barbara Richmond's doll clothes are on the left; Don Carpia's Christmas ornaments and Terry Fitzpatrick's jewelry is on the right.
Terry Fitzpatrick's barrette's and Valerie Hill's notecards are on the left; Dorothy Hayes' Christmas decorations are on the left.
This year the first place raffle prize featured the large basket and all its contents: a hand-painted box; a Call of the Tom turkey call; a pack of homemade cards; a felted bear; slippers; candles; Bruins coaster/trivet; note cards featuring Lancaster, PA; a beaded bracelet; and an eye pillow. The second prize was a rocking horse shown in the upper right.